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Campfire Bannock

2 ½ Cups of Flour
2 Tablespoon's of Baking Powder
1 Teaspoon of Salt
3 Tablespoon's Oil, Butter, or Lard
⅔ cup warm water

Combine all of the dry ingredients in a bowl then mix in the oil (or butter or lard) with your fingers until crumbly. Slowly add the water and mix until soft. It may seem that you need more water, but work the dough until it holds together (don't add more water).

Knead for 5 minutes and stretch with your hands and cut into 4 pieces and place in an iron pan.

Instead of an Iron Pan you can take a small handful of dough and wrap around the end of a green stick like you would roast marshmallow's. You'll want to cook over coals for about 10 minutes, rotating so that it cooks evenly.

Cinnamon Roll Bannock
Mix your bannock, as outlined above, and roll it out thin on a flat surface; spread a thin layer of butter or margarine over the entire surface and sprinkle brown sugar and powdered cinnamon on top and roll. Place in an oven to bake (perhaps a dutch oven).
Posted on July 8th, 2014 · Updated on October 11th, 2014
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Comments and Attributions

Simple to make with just four basic ingredients and just one bowl to wash. This favorite is tasty, nutritious and fun to cook on a stick over the campfire or in a skillet.


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